Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services (IJISS)
The Present Scenario of Enrolling in LIS Education System in India during 2010-2017Author : Sukanya Mandal and Barun Naskar
Volume 9 No.1 January-March 2019 pp 90-95
This paper makes an attempt to present a comprehensive review of enrolling within the library and information science (LIS) discipline in India during 2010–20017. The article provides latest information relating to enrolment in universities, institutions and colleges. The objective of this study is to identify the growth and development of LIS education and training in India. The analysis is predicted on the report of ‘All India Survey on Higher Education’. In this study the situation of the future in LIS is analyzed.
LIS Education, Librarianship, India
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